Vipers out for a stroll

Brian S

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Today it was actually a warm day so I took my Vipers out for a little walk in the yard. They have been cooling off all Winter and I hope it keeps warm so I can start feeding them again

Crotalus horridus (Timber Rattlesnake)


Agkristrodon contortrix phaeogastor (Osage Copperhead)
 

Brian S

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I also have a Crotalus atrox (Western Diamondback) and a Corn, Pine and Hognose snake. I plan to expand into some Bothrops spp in the not so distant future ;)
 

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What no leash? Better question would be, what don't you have Brian?
 

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That is surely impressive. Very nice Brian. I hope to own some venomous snakes at some point in my life. What would you recommend as a first HOT? I'm years and years away from owning one though, just thought I'd get an early Idea.
 

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Thanks you all

That is surely impressive. Very nice Brian. I hope to own some venomous snakes at some point in my life. What would you recommend as a first HOT? I'm years and years away from owning one though, just thought I'd get an early Idea.
Honestly, IMO there is no good "1st hot". I believe it is better to find one you are particularly interested in and do the neccessary research and training to keep it. Many claim a Copper is a good first hot but really there isnt any. I personally steer clear from Elapids mostly because I have never dealt with any. I have a thing for Vipers but thats just me

What no leash? Better question would be, what don't you have Brian?
Well.....I dont have a P metallica ;)
 
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